Why We Still Haven't Cloned Humans — It's Not Just Ethics

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  • Published on:  7/2/2020
  • We've technically been able to clone human beings for almost a decade. So, why haven't we? The answer has way more to do with science than morality. Not only is cloning inefficient and dangerous, there's just not a good enough reason to make a human this way. But making entire copies of people isn't the only way we can potentially use cloning to benefit humans.

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